Easy Game Day Recipes are those that allow you to really enjoy the day without having to prepare complicated menu items. These recipes are not only easy, but nearly all also have 5 ingredients or less so you can quickly put these together before the big game in a couple of weeks. Note that salt and pepper did not count as an ingredient since it is integral to so many recipes.
Game day food needs to be simple because when you are hosting a gathering, you want the time (and energy) to be present with your guests and maybe even watch the game.
Why not simplify your game day party with tasty appetizers that don't require a long list of ingredients? Like these Crispy Potato Skins.
Hello Friends! If you are like me, you are thinking about what to make or take to the Big football game next weekend. A few of my friends have helped me gather some truly simple game day recipes with 5 ingredients or less.
These recipes are all winners in my book. Tasty treats to offer your guests, or take to a game party that is not time-consuming. The great thing is that many of these recipes only look complicated and no one has to know just how simple these are.
I rounded up some easy and quick game day recipes from some of my blogger friends for you today. From dips to deviled eggs, you will find something for everyone here.
Check out all these great treats for your next game or gathering. These also make great treats for a football tailgate or any time of TV viewing party.
Simple Game Day Recipes
This Beau Monde Dip recipe is classic for parties and game day.
These Crock pot grape jelly meatballs only require 3 ingredients!
These Peanut butter balls take six ingredients - but they are delicious!
Buffalo Chicken Dip from Spaceships and Laserbeams
Will you be watching the big game?
Be sure to also check out these easy game day dips.
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